Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping
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... the mountain. Eventually weaving through an area with a lot more vegetation, slightly jungle-like but without the heat. We took our packs off for a bit in order to get a little squirrly on a a mini boulder problem. It was slightly sketchy especially in hiking boots but it was so nice to touch real rock again...:)
Our next pit stop was along the trail when Bryan heard rustling in a bush. He declared it a bear (more likely a squirrel) ...
... the difference? If you were in my head you would, I promise.
I have committed to a study abroad program with my home university, North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!) and I will be heading to the University of Leeds in England for the next 5 months! The process has been long, oh so long, and I can't believe I'm down to single digit days! I filled out applications and documents and forms! I've obtained my first ...
... br> These next days are going to be busy super busy,I will spend some time visiting people in Columbia and repacking (again) until I'm satisfied and can pick up my mom from work on Wednesday so my parents can drop me off at the airport.
I plan to write my next blog entry about my flights and getting to my residence hall.
A plus tard,
Sunday, we decided to hit just one waterfall, though it would be a pretty long hike. After packing up camp, we drove up Cathey’s Creek Road (FR-471) to where it ends at Gloucester Gap and FR-475. We left some cars here and shuttled another to the parking area just past FR-5095 and the trailhead for Waterfall on Long Branch at the trailhead for Daniel Ridge Loop Trail. Then we started hiking from Gloucester ...
... rocks on the south side of the bridge for some pictures and to enjoy the falls and then went to the other side of the bridge and scrambled down a steep hill to the base of the waterfall. Here, we could see the waterfall flowing under the High Arch Bridge on NC-215. Normally, I would think a road would be a distraction and take away from the view of a waterfall. But this lovely stone bridge, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, really ...